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DHS wants to expand airport face recognition scans to include US citizens

TechCrunch Monday, 2 December 2019
Homeland Security wants to expand facial recognition checks for travelers arriving and departing the U.S. to also include citizens, which had previously been exempt from the mandatory checks. In a filing, the department has proposed that all travelers, and not just foreign nationals or visitors, will have to complete a facial recognition check before they […]
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DHS wants all travelers to complete a facial recognition check prior to entering or leaving the U.S.

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